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1791 June 11, 1915
smells, and smoke from cooking must be disposed of and, if necessary, by air shafts,
fans, forced air, or other modern and approved methods.
All rooms used for the cooking and preparing of foodstuffs shall have floors and side
walls so constructed as to exclude vermin, rats, mice, and be kept in a state of good
Bakeries — Sanitary Regulation — Vehicles and Receptacles. (Reg. Bd. of H.,
Feb. 11, 1915.)
Sec. 51. The provisions of this regulation shall extend and apply to every room
or building occupied as a biscuit, bread, pretzel, pie, cracker, or cake bakery; or for
the purpose of making candy, pop corn, ice cream cones, ice cream, or confectionery
of any kind; also to any place where any of the articles above mentioned are made,
kept for sale, sold or stored, and shall include bake rooms of hotels and restaurants.
The term "bake shop," wherever mentioned in this regulation, shall be held to mean
and apply to any such establishment mentioned above.
Sec. 52. Every bake shop shall at all times be kept in a clean state and free from
effluvia arising from any drain, privy, water-closet, or other nuisance. The troughs
and all the utensils used in the making of bread and pastry shall be kept scrupulously
clean and must be capable of being moved about for the purpose of cleaning the floor.
All floors shall be constructed of impervious material. No person suffering, or who
has recently suffered from, or been in contact (vith any infectious, contagious, or com-
municable disease shall be permitted to enter any bake shop or take part in the manu-
facture or sale on the premises, or in the delivery of bread, biscuit, candy, or confec-
tionery. All vehicles from which any biscuit, bread, candy, or other products are
delivered or sold shall be kept in a clean and sanitary condition; and all vehicles,
boxes, baskets, or other receptacles in which any of the aforesaid products are con-
veyed through the streets shall be closely covered in a way and manner that will
protect them from any pollution whatever. All drivers and other persons engaged in
handling or delivering any of the articles mentioned above shall be cleanly in person
and attired in a cleanly manner. No person eo employed shall carry any such articles
in his hands or on his arm unless the same are wrapped in paper or other material,
so as to prevent their contact with dust or other contamination.
Foodstuffs— Fruits and Vegetables— Protection. (Reg. Bd. of H., Feb. 11, 1915.)
Sec 53. Fruits and vegetables. — It shall be unlawful to expose for sale, or to sell from
any stock in trade, within the Territory of Hawaii, any food or foodstuffs, for human
consumption, of the names and descriptions hereinafter mentioned, unless such food
or foodstuffs shall be protected from dust, dirt, and from contact of and contamination
by flies and other insects, and from promiscuous handling and other contamination, in
the manner or manners herein prescribed .
Sec. 54. The food or foodstuffs which shall be protected as heroin prescribed shall
comprise the following generally and specifically named and described articles, to wit:
(a) All dried fruits and vegetables, all fruits and vegetables which are not sold whole,
and all compounds, essences, extracts, and substances derived in part or in whole from
fruits, vegetables, nuts, and roots, or from one or more of such sources.
(6) All the fruits, vegetables, and products of land or sea called and known by the
names and descriptions here following, viz: Apples, apricots, berries of all kinds,
celery, cherries, dates, figs, grapes, mangoes, ohia (mountain apple), peaches, pears,
plums, tomatoes, and other plants sold for food which do not have their surfaces
removed before eating.
Sec 55. All such food or foodstuffs shall be effectually protected from dust, dirt,
and contact of and contamination by flies and other insects, and from promiscuous